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May 25, 2012


Barbara Anne

Love your first Kiss Me block! Well done!

Are the units that call for the isosoles triangles (that term makes me shudder in math misery!) Flying Geese or are they a bit different? Ah HA! A further look at your block and I see these triangles are those that flank your corner HSTs. Veddy eenteresting.

How large will Kiss Me grow?



I love the blocks. I measured my ruler like that and the line 4 does not equal 4 inches. Not even if you take a quarter inch off each side for a seam allowance. Perhaps there is a math genius out there who knows. Or ruler genius.


the numbers 1-8 indicate the finished block size after construcing a block made of 4 triangles ;)

Paulette Doyle

I LOVE those nice BIG numbers on the Companion Ruler!! LOVE it!!


oooo, what a pretty pattern! Love the blocks.


Oh man, how I wish I had enough time to do this! It would work perfectly for my son's quilt. I've been collecting browns and blues for the past couple of years, hoping I'd find a pattern that could look very "male" when all sewn up. Maybe I can join as a late-comer, like the end of June??? What a good incentive that would give me. :)


Putting the fabric on the 4 number ends up with a 4" block using 2-1/2" strips. so much for my knowledge.


Love the block...and Patisserie is my all-time FAVORITE figgy line ;) Your quilt will be so pretty :)


Geometry was soooo long ago and my first run at it was not a smashing success! Second try was better, but I still shudder at the thought!! It's a wonder I can piece a quilt at all, now that I really think about it! haha!! "Kiss Me" is very inviting--can't wait to see the final results!

Sandy Gray

The quarter square triangles, when sewn together like an hourglass quilt will be a 4" block (finished)

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Great block! Can it be done with all half-square-triangles?


This is going to be a b-e-a-u-tiful quilt!!! I think the fabric is stunning and your piecing is fabulous! I can't wait to see the finished quilt.


Yes, I have those rulers and no I have never used them! I really have to learn to use the tools I have at hand. Thanks for the reminder.


Great idea! I have the complete kit waiting for me... I have to finishe the Schnibbles for this month and probably I can start it next week! :) Hugs from Spain

Bari Jo

I just love your tutorials! They are SOOOOO helpful!!!! :O)

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